MBA Students Head to the Big Apple

11/08/2011 North America

The tropical storm that swept through New York last week will not keep IESE professors from delivering a module scheduled for students in the full-time MBA program at the school's center in mid-town Manhattan.

After a 1-day delay, classes are set to start today. Faculty members leading sessions during the module are Sandra Sieber,Fabrizio Ferraro,Jan Simon and Luís Cabral, who is the academic director of the center.

The U.S. module is among the many unique features of IESE's 2-year MBA program, which is bilingual (English/Spanish) and has a highly global focus. The make up of the class is markedly international, with roughly 80 percent of the students coming from abroad. IESE is consistently ranked among the world's leading business schools. This year, the Financial Times named IESE's MBA among the world's top 10, tying with MIT, in the publication's annual survey.

To participate in an IESE Open Day, which are held around the world and offer a first-hand view of the program, please visit this page.

The next Open Day on the school's Barcelona campus will be on October 7.